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Old 05-16-2007
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New memeber-new system

Hey whats up all, im new to this forum and i just got my system done
How is this for a system in a 2004 Ford Ranger XLT EXT cab 4x4
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hey man the pic doesnt work
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Ok im having problems with getting the picure on the post-i can get the picture to the computer but i cant figure out how to get it on here -so anybody who knows how do to do it let me know and ill get it on here
Anyways like i said-Its a 2004 Ford Ranger XLT Ext. cab 4x4
I have a pioneer 50Wx4 channel head unit
-Front channel is pair roadmaster 100W tweeters
-Rear channel is pair Pioneer 6x8 220w 3-ways
-460w Dual amp pushing 2 pioneer 6x8 220w 3-ways
-Sony Explode 1200w A/B amp pushing 4 sony explode 1200w 10' P5's
-All 4 subs mounted in a tuned and custom one of kind box
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well what you gotta do is go to an online hosting site.. http://imageshack.us/

upload photo.. click on the thumnail they show to enlarge your picture.. right click and go to properties.. copy the url in the picture properties. then in your advanced post here click the img button and paste the url..
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Ok i think i did this right this time
This is the new system i have in my truck

It sounds incredible, and the way the box is built this set up should compete with an equivelant set up of 8 subs- the settings on the amp are set about half way and the settings on the H/U are set below zero to be able to listen to it comfortably. The guy who built this box for me is a pure genious in this stuff and competes in sound competitions and is ranked in the top 10 in the nation. It sounds freaking crazy
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That is quite a set-up! Be careful you don't rattle your truck apart
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So far the truck is holding up quit well, although i dont drive around with the subs turned up to high though-i do want to hear when im older
And thanks for the help DEVREAUX, i think im getting a hang of the picture thing
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Old 05-19-2007
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wow, im quite impressed. the wires are really nice, i like how you did that. good job. looks real good.
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So far the truck is holding up quit well, although i dont drive around with the subs turned up to high though-i do want to hear when im older
And thanks for the help DEVREAUX, i think im getting a hang of the picture thing
not a problem.. and the next time when your posting click that thumnail to enlarge the picture and then take the url out of the properties in the larger image... this way here it posts the image and not a thumbnail link ...
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Nice set up! I use to have 1 of those subs in my old truck, it sounded real nice! I can only image what it sounds like with 4!
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The sound is incredible, you have to hear to understand.
I was origianally only going to have 2 in it, but once the box was built, it could hold four and sound good, so i got two more and put them in there. We had to put poly fill in it in order to dampen the sound some so it would be practicle and not to insane
Another benefit is that with the tinted window and the way the box sits, you really cant see it from outside the truck and dont know its there to walk by it, only way you know its there is when its kickin
This way its not as prone to theft if you cant see it, not to mention it would take quit a while to get it out and a couple of guys to lift it-i think it weighs in the 150-200 pound range fully loaded
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Looks good man
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good lord make sure your rear view mirror doesnt fall off lol
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